A Guide to Jewish Religious Practice
by Issac Klein
The many subjects treated in the volume are discussed in the light of traditional Jewish sources (Bible, Talmud, Codes, Responsa, etc.), and are fully referenced for authentication and further study. The topics covered include virtually everything that might be of interest to the modern Jew: the laws of kashrut and how to keep a kosher home; the meaning and significance of the holidays and how to observe them in the home and in the synagogue; laws governing such key life events as marriage, divorce, birth, adoption, conversion, death, and many others. In addition, the volume includes full discussions, from the Jewish point of view, of such pressing issues as euthanasia, organ transplantation, abortion, autopsy, artificial insemination and women’s rights. Also included are relevant decisions of the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards of the Rabbinical Assembly.
Hardcover. 588 pages.